But no matter who wins or who loses, the world is gonna be here tomorrow, so where does the Blogland go from here? Well, our official position is that we're gonna get a life. To that end, there's a lot planned for the Blogland's "Straight on to Gettin' a life Express" ...
- Tomorrow night, it's off to Myrtle Beach for a Workforce board planning retreat for the rest of the week.
- Volunteering to teach Red Cross First Aid and CPR classes two Saturdays in Bluffton between now and the end of the year.
- Lots of work on the Interstate 26 project.
- Catch the new James Bond movie.
- Spend more time at church.
- Figure out how to use up the last stray vacation days left before the year is up.
- Get ready for the evening adjunct professor gig, which starts in January.
- Increase the weekly cycling time from four to seven hours a week.
- Begin talking about important issues for next year's session of the General Assembly, including getting roll call voting reform passed, calling for real budget reforms, as well as renewed attention to the issue of predatory lending ... with more issues to come as they develop.
- Welcome the new faces, returning friends, and follow the upcoming legislative leadership races.
- Watch the upcoming judicial elections, feature some candidate interviews, and as before, bring you news you won't find on other blogs and MSM outlets along with our endorsements for deserving candidates.
- Bring you more of the Inside Interviews that helps our readers take a closer look into the many facets of government and politics in the Palmetto State.
Whatever happens tonight, there's nothing to worry about here, except how to juggle all these balls that life is throwing this way. One of the nice things about being a politico with a full-time job in the private sector is that the bills get paid no matter who wins.
At the risk of starting another Splatter the Shatner round with Mike Reino, we'd like to share this sage advice from Captain James Tiberius Priceline: